Chicago Tribune Names AHEAD a Top Workplace
This article originally appeared on Business Wire. AHEAD, a leading provider of enterprise cloud solutions, announced today its designation as one of the Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces. The Chicago Tribune selected AHEAD and 124 other companies out of thousands of nominees, and honored the winners with a ceremony at the United Club at Soldier Field on Thursday, November 9th.
“We’re proud to be recognized alongside some great Chicago companies, but even more proud of our ‘AHEADians’ who are committed to learning, growing, and winning together.” Daniel Adamany, CEOThe award recognizes AHEAD’s efforts to build a rewarding culture for its employees, providing them with work-life balance, accessible and transparent management, and ongoing learning opportunities. Additional company benefits include unlimited paid time off, access to AHEAD’s state-of-the-art technology labs, and sponsored certifications. “A key pillar of our company mission is to maintain a passionate and productive culture,” said AHEAD CEO Daniel Adamany. “We’re proud to be recognized alongside some great Chicago companies, but even more proud of our ‘AHEADians’ who are committed to learning, growing, and winning together.” The Chicago Tribune identifies top workplace contenders through online nominations by employees of the company or third parties. Results of an anonymous employee survey by Energage, LLC determine a company’s placement on the final list. Employees rate their workplace based on variables like engagement, organizational health, and overall satisfaction. “We work with amazing clients who are transforming their businesses with technology, so it’s critical that we build an environment to support and motivate top talent in the tech sector,” said AHEAD Director of Human Resources Diva Neims. “While being recognized by the Tribune is undoubtedly rewarding, it’s more gratifying to know that our team sees the important connection between a healthy culture and healthy business performance.”